Wildlife census of Namibia's North East Rivers - 2009

7 Oct 2011 | Publication

Caprivi is a key area for wildlife, which moves freely between Namibia and neighbouring countries. Caprivi has a number of community conservancy programmes, in addition to state protected areas. Conservancies have a strong commitment towards conservation, which contributes to rural livelihoods through the development of wildlife-based enterprises.

The third aerial wildlife census of the Caprivi and Kavango river systems in Namibia took place during September 2009. This poster presents the results of the latest survey and compares them with the previous surveys.


Based on the report: Fixed-wing aerial wildlife census of the Caprivi river systems. A survey of rivers, wetlands and floodplains. September 2009 by Michael Chase